Banon Resorts Manali
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... case of Indian food poisoning, and it’s pretty much wiped us out for a good 3 or 4 days – poor Scotty was worse, bless him. That said, we are absolutely ok now and back to our usual selves, and a few pounds lighter to boot! We had planned to go on a trek and were all paid up and booked in but it probably wouldn’t have been a good idea in the end as we were struggling to make it to the bathroom, let alone camp in tents and walk up the side of a mountain, ha ha! So ...
Gorakh Dibbi Just above the main temple room of Mata Jwala Ji, is the Rudra Kund , famously as the Gorakh Dibbi. At this Rudra kund, Maa Jwala is present in the form of Maa Anjana Jwala Ji Jyoti.1. Maa Mahakali Jwali Ji Maa Maha Kali. SHE is situated in front ...
... man made roads piercing through the thick layer of snow. Smooth dense snow all round, frozen lakes, and the token road workers, axe in hand and only eyes visible. We were beside ourselves, never before had we experienced such a unique scenery and it was truly amazing.
The fatigue ...
... super-touristy Goa (where second monsoon season is just finishing).
Our last day in Delhi was cool, we wandered around Humayun's Tomb, a stunning building made of red brick and marble which was completed 50 years before the iconic Taj Mahal was started (people from Delhi will tell you that it was the inspiration behind the Taj). The Tomb was a beautiful building surrounded by gardens which provided a nice break ...
... through town. We settled on a mid-grade room in Mount View hotel for 600 Rs. We were tired and would check out other options in the morning…….
WELCOME TO MCLEOD GANJ (wiki info)
Situated on the Dhauladhar Range it is known as "Little Lhasa" or "Dhasa" (a short form of Dharamshala used mainly by Tibetans) because of its large population of Tibetan refugees. The Tibetan government-in-exile ...